Enables or disables notification of COM errors.
Enabled := ComObjError(Enable)
A boolean value (true or false). Optional.
This function returns the setting which was in effect before the function was called.
Notification of COM errors is enabled by default.
COM errors may be raised by ComObjCreate(), ComObjGet(), ComObjActive(), ComObjConnect(), ComObjQuery() (if an invalid pointer is detected) or by a method or property of a COM object. Raising a COM error causes one of the following outcomes:
|0 (disabled)||The function, method or property returns a default value (typically an empty string), without showing an error dialog.|
If there is an active Try block, an exception is thrown. Otherwise:
An error dialog is shown, giving the user the option to continue the script. If the user chooses "Yes", the function, method or property returns a default value (typically an empty string) and the script continues. Otherwise, the script exits.
After accessing a COM object, A_LastError contains the HRESULT code returned by the COM object's IDispatch::Invoke function. The script may consult A_LastError within a Catch block or after the method or property returns, provided that
ComObjError(false) has been used or the user did not choose to exit the script.
ComObjCreate(), ComObjGet(), ComObjActive(), ComObjConnect(), ComObjQuery()